There have been some talented strikers to represent Poole – but Killick believes Lee is a different type of striker to Poole’s legends of the past.
Poole Town’s current focus is plugging away in search of more points as manager Tom Killick admitted that this year’s Southern League Premier South will be Poole’s hardest campaign in years.
Poole will do battle with old foes Frome Town in the FA Trophy at the end of the month, with manager Tom Killick wary of the threat the Southern League Division One side pose.
Poole Town boss Tom Killick lavished stand-in goalkeeper Alex Rutter with praise after the teenager marked his senior debut with a cleansheet.
Kieran Burnett detailed his pride in seeing numerous members of his U23 side make the step up to Poole’s first team on Tuesday night.
Tom Killick revealed his ire over paperwork complications denying him the opportunity to name prospect Joe Wickham on the bench for Poole’s 1-1 draw against Salisbury.
Tom Killick revealed that his side now rank rivals Salisbury as their “biggest challenge locally” after a keenly contested match with the Wiltshire outfit, also describing games against the Whites as a “proper” rivalry.
Dolphins boss Tom Killick is more than happy to see striker Tony Lee scoring for fun – but rejected claims that his side were solely relying on the in-form hitman for goals.
Most goalscorers in the Southern League collect a bonus when they find the back of the net – but Tony Lee is finding that his fine start to the season is costing him after pledging to local charity SPRING.
Despite a burning ambition to win, and a track record to back it, Poole Town boss Tom Killick is remaining coy about his side’s chances in the Southern League Premier South.